Brazilian teenage girl, who claims that she was brutally raped in the slums of Rio de Janeiro spoke about the attack and released a video that became viral.
"If I have to wait for the justice system, they have shown that nothing will happen," she told CNN in presence of his lawyer.
Brazil is the country in which you are accustomed to a high level of violence, and this caused a negative reaction on social media and resulted in impromptu protests in several cities.
The Brazilians staged a protest in front of the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro may 27, 2016, against the gang rape of a 16-year-old girl. In Brazil the police used pepper spray on protesters who tried to March to the Supreme court, denouncing "rape culture" in Brazil.
The scandal erupted last week over a 38-second video, which was posted on Twitter showing the victim naked and unconscious while about 30 male voices boasted that he had sexual contact with her. The police are looking for around 30 men suspected of gang rape.
In a television interview Record, she said, public support is crucial.
"I knew that there would be no justice, I was ashamed. At first I didn't even want to talk to mom," she said. "Now I realize that if I went through it alone would be much worse."
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